Skip to comments.Obama's Mexico City Presser Review
Posted on 08/10/2009 11:58:52 AM PDT by fiscon1
President Obama just finished a joint press conference with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Mexican President Felipe Calderone in Mexico City following three way talks. Here are some highlights. Both President Obama and PM Harper renewed their support for the Mexican government in their war with the drug cartels. President Obama called the policy "courageous". He said that there were ways to defeat the cartels while respecting human rights but also emphasized that the biggest violators of human rights are the traffickers themselves. PM Harper commented that his country needed to tighten up their visa policies because entrance into Canada by Mexicans with "bogus" human rights claims.
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Three Amigo’s Summit
Did he apologize yet?
That probably PO'd Calderon who will now send a couple million Colonistas up to Northern Montana where they will flood across the border in a dead run with frantic Dudley Do-Right's scurrying after them.
This says “Mexico City”; but I coulda sworn it was in Guadalajara.
Maybe he’ll apologize in advance for the butt-kicking we are going to give Mexico in Wednesday’s World Cup qualifier.
Not yet, I did hear the Indian Affairs office has again apologized to the American Indians for the terrible way Americans treated them.
“Not yet, I did hear the Indian Affairs office has again apologized to the American Indians for the terrible way Americans treated them.”
Actually it was these senators:
Sam Brownback (R-Kan.)Max Baucus (D-Mont.), Maria Cantwell (D-Wash.), Mike Crapo (R-Idaho), Tom Harkin (D-Iowa), Tim Johnson (D-S.D.), Jon Tester (D-Mont.), Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.),Tom Coburn (R-Okla.), Byron Dorgan (D-N.D.), Daniel Inouye (D-Hawaii) and Joe Lieberman (I-Conn.).
More nonsense....divide and conquer, identity, ‘tribal’ politics. Tribes buying off Senators. It stinks.
As for the ‘hispanics’and their gripes of ‘mistreatment’...you know I don’t think they were ever denied the vote...they always had the vote in this country...even the illegal ones....unlike blacks, who didn’t get to vote until 1870 and women in 1920, and the Indian not until 1925.
The ‘latinos’, unlike many groups in this nation, have never really been discriminated against and it’s really an insult when they grab the ‘civil rights’ mantle.
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